Lincoln Center Presents prioritizes an expansive view of artistic excellence at Lincoln Center—championing new art forms and reimagining the possibilities of a concert hall with the reopening of David Geffen Hall. Join us year-round in experiencing the power of live arts, and please, make yourselves at home.”Shanta Thake

March 20 at 7:30pm

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March 21 at 1:00pm

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March 22 at 7:30pm

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March 23 at 7:30pm

In-person

The Brain Cloud

Featuring Queen Esther & Tamar Korn

Lincoln Center Presents

March 23 at 7:30pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

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See yourself at Lincoln Center

Collaboration gives way to bold new work

In March, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, The Juilliard School, and New York Philharmonic co-present the Chineke! Orchestra, Europe's first majority-Black and ethnically diverse orchestra; and the dance floor opens to a dazzling K-Pop Night, in collaboration with the Korean Cultural Center of New York. On April 1, join us for a special tribute to Paul Robeson, presented in collaboration with the New York Philharmonic. Or perhaps you're ready to make your Lincoln Center debut. Register now to be a part of the chorus in the world premiere of Search for Spring.

American Songbook: A Place You Belong

From April 1–21, this year’s American Songbook series explores themes of belonging and discovery, embodying the spirit of iconic New York City venues which paved the way for now legendary artists, broke new sounds and genres, and shaped modern music and culture across the country. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to turn back the clock and experience the thrill of a visit to Midtown's Latin jazz mecca, the Palladium Ballroom; SoHo's famed gay nightclub, Paradise Garage; Harlem's home of the Lindy Hop, the Savoy Ballroom; and the West Village's historically significant cabaret, Café Society. Explore calendar »

Spring Access programs just announced

Registration is now open for the spring season of Lincoln Center's legacy Access programs! Learn more about Lincoln Center Moments, a free performance-based program specially designed for individuals with dementia and their caregivers; and Passport to the Arts, a welcoming, accessible, and cost-free introduction to the performing arts for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families.

Accessibility at Lincoln Center

A range of accommodations is provided for all Lincoln Center Presents performances. Learn more »

San Juan Hill Project Mural

View the EX VANDALS – San Juan Hill Project Mural on the east side of Amsterdam Avenue and 62nd Street. Learn more »
Wednesday, March 22

¡VAYA!

Series and programs

American Songbook: A Place You Belong

From April 1–21, this year’s series explores themes of belonging and discovery, embodying the spirit of iconic New York City venues which shaped modern music and culture across the country. Learn more »

David Rubenstein Atrium

Join us for free events every week at the Atrium—where arts and democracy converge through radical welcoming, artistic innovation, and community partnership. Visit the Atrium »

Kids, Teens, and Family

You're never too young to discover a passion for the arts! Don't miss our fun-filled roster of performances and events dedicated to kids, teens, and families of all ages. View calendar »

See Me As I Am

The first cross-campus exploration of a single artist, See Me As I Am: Lincoln Center’s Year-Long Celebration of Terence Blanchard spills across the campus, and beyond, with multi-disciplinary presentations. Learn more »

Works & Process at Lincoln Center

Works & Process is where New Yorkers are able to see, hear, and meet the most acclaimed artists in the world. Learn more »

Passport to the Arts

Designed for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families, Passport to the Arts provides a welcoming, accessible, free introduction to the arts. Register here »

Lincoln Center Moments

Register for a free performance-based program specially designed for individuals with dementia and their caregivers.  Register here »